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Volume of Pyramids

Pyramids, are a subcategory of polyhedra. These solids are formed by connecting a base to a vertex. The base is always a flat and straight-sided polygon, and all other faces of the figure are formed by triangles. Pyramids have no curved sides.

Below you can select the three-dimensional geometric solid of your interest, inside you will find a description, the formula for the volume of the 3D geometric solid and a volume calculator so you can calculate the volume automatically.

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